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Moving Mail Messages to ICal?


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Is there an easy way to drag a Mail message into Ical? I was able to do this, perhaps by accident, but can't replicate it. When it worked, the calendar event had a url that said "show in mail" which when clicked opened the message. As a former PC user, this was very easy to do in Outlook. But now I can't do it anymore.

Any suggestions?

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